Acne Skin Treatment
Active Acne | Acne Marks | Acne Scars
Acne is a universal skin concern that affects both men and women of all ages. Although the cause may be multifactorial, the main cause is increased sebum(oil) production and p.acne bacterium. With the appropriate treatments and home care, this condition can be managed effectively. And if treated early, the hassle of acne scar treatment can also be avoided. That said, it is never too late to treat acne, or scarring. With consistency, diligence and proper professional advise and skincare, clear, smooth and blemish free is possible for sure.
What is your main acne skin problems?
Active acne usually affects teenagers which start around the time of puberty. It also can affect adults – late onset acne. It usually starts on the face area but may also concurrently or subsequently be seen on the chest or back.
Do you have the habit of picking your acne with your bare fingers? Does your acne leave a nasty mark behind everytime it heals? Do you need tonnes of concealer and makeup to cover up your spots daily? do you know why this happens? Our skin contains melanocytes ( Pigment producing cells) . Everytime there is an injury to the surface, our skin reacts by producing Pigment (dark spots). In medical terms also known as PIH (Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation) This condition may resolve on it’s own with good skincare but will take months and months. With treatment options such as microdermabrasion, Pigment laser, chemical peels and prescription creams, this process can be expedited to reveal clear and glowing skin without the need of concealers and tonnes of unhealthy makeup to cover up.
Did your teen years leave being unsightly acne scars that you have carried to adulthood? do you feel less confident revealing your bare skin due to acne scars? do you wish for smooth skin? The Good news is that acne scar treatments have come a long way and today there are many options to effectively treat acne scarring. Each type of scarring may be treated in different ways so it is important that you have your scars examined by a trained Aesthetic Dr to determine the most effective treatment.